The King Finds the Fountain of Youth

Is LeBron James getting younger, faster, stronger and more dominant? Yep, I think so too. King James and his men dominated the Toronto Raptors Wednesday night. He finished with 39 points, 6 rebounds and 4 assists in a 125–103 victory. The Cavs dominated from start to finish. LeBron needed 25 points to pass Kareem Abdul-Jabbar for number two on the all-time playoff scoring list. He did so with a 3-pointer in the third quarter. Michael Jordan is still number one with 5,987. Where are all the critics and media people that said the Cavs were in big trouble? They look great to me. This is the best postseason start in LeBron’s career and they are a perfect 6–0 because of it. The Cleveland Cavaliers are on a collision course with the Golden State Warriors, and I can’t wait to see who makes it out alive! The Playoffs have been amazing! Tune in tonight to ESPN at 7 pm eastern time to see King James attempt to put his team up 3–0 in the series against the struggling Toronto Raptors..

Video Credit: NBA. “LeBron James and Kyrie Irving Lead Cavs to Game 2 Victory in Cleveland | May 3, 2017.” Online Video Clip. YouTube. YouTube, May 3, 2017. Web. May 5, 2017.

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